Saying it in a different way

Saying it in a different way

To get the attention of the voters in the City, and to emphasise on the importance of voting, two independent candidates organised a fashion show with ‘Elections’ as the theme in the City recently.

This show was organised by candidates R Nagaraja contesting at Chickpet
constituency and Harish contesting at Hebbal constituency.

Exploring different mediums to make the public aware about their rights, and the importance of voting for the right candidate this election season, different models walked the ramp in bright shades of saris.

Each of the models walked with a poster in their hand, which showcased different slogans and things that would be done, from the candidates manifesto.

A few of the posters displayed slogans like ‘Poverty is to be removed from voters’, ‘All voters are treated as equal’, ‘Removing the word beggar in the constituency’ and ‘Safeguarding the society from corruption’.

And yet other posters vouched about the different things these candidates would do if elected like ‘Providing basic elements like food, clothing and medicines for the elderly’, ‘Establishing women safeguard organisation’ among many other promises.

Talking about the fashion show, Saranjeet Kaur, one of the models, said, “This is a very noble cause and we’ve just helped in voicing out that everyone needs to vote for a stable government. If youngsters have the time for other activities, they should also be able to make time to cast their vote, instead of complaining after a corrupt government is chosen.”

The show was a platform for the two candidates to express their concerns about how other political parties have failed in addressing the requirements of the State.

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